Two new mini-plans feature three of the team’s top Pac-12 tilts, and are available for purchase online or in-person at the Duck ticket office.
The three-match G.A. ticket costs only $15, and gives fans a chance to get their tickets early and bypass ticket lines at the door.
‘The Pancake’ Mini-Plan offers tickets for three of the team’s top league showdowns in September, October and early November - Oregon State (9/19), Washington (10/13) and California (11/2). The Civil War match vs. the Beavers is always one of the team’s most exciting matches, and the Huskies the Bears were tabbed No. 14 and No. 17 in the preseason national poll.
‘The Roof’ Mini-Plan includes tickets for three more key tilts vs. returning NCAA tournament qualifiers – UCLA (11/20), Stanford (11/14) and Arizona (11/1). The returning national champion Bruins and Cardinal ranked No. 1 and No. 6 in the preseason poll, and Arizona has made 15 NCAA trips the last 20 years.
A link to order mini-plan tickets and information is available at the www.GoDucks.com ticket link or by clicking HERE.
For those fans still picking up volleyball lingo, a ‘pancake’ is a type of diving, one-handed dig, and a ‘roof’ is a block that falls straight down back on the attacker’s side.
To study up on other volleyball terminology, Jerry Allen and P.A. announcer Malachi Williams have a fun GoDucks.com video linked HERE.
Season tickets for the entire 12-match season are also still available, and tickets and prices follow:
- Reserved (Season/Match) - $100 // $10
- Adult GA (Season/Match) – $60 // $6
- *Child & Senior GA (Season/Match) – $26 // $5
- Group (10 or more and arranged in advance) – Single Game = $3
* = children ages 2-17, and seniors 62 and older.
Families can also save money on season tickets by purchasing a general admission family plan. The package is available for $50 per adult ticket and $25 per child ticket (and two tickets or more of each age category must be purchased for this rate).
This week, Oregon looks ahead to its final home non-conference match vs. St. Mary’s on Monday, September 10 at 7 p.m.
The Ducks are off to their fifth 7-0 start the last seven years, and are one of only three unbeaten teams in the nation’s top volleyball conference. Since 1981, the Pac-12 has claimed an unmatched 14 national titles, 14 more runner-up finishes and 17 more Final Four appearances in 31 years of NCAA tournament play.
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